Camp Second Chancehttps://campsecondchance.rumblecrash.com/who-we-are
Camp Second Chance is a clean and sober homeless encampment providing emergency shelter for up to 50 people in tiny homes The current population is about 53. The camp is managed by its residents in partnership with the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI). Camp Second Chance is one of ten encampments authorized and funded by the City of Seattle’s Human Services Department as part of the City’s emergency response to homelessness.

Project Sanctuary https://projectsanctuary.us/  Project Sanctuary helps military families thrive with six-day, therapeutic retreats and an additional two years of family support services. Their evidenced-based program is the only program that treats the entire family, helping veterans, spouses, caregivers, and kids heal together.

Returning Veterans Project –  www.returningveterans.org  A nonprofit organization comprised of politically unaffiliated and independent health care practitioners who offer free and confidential services to returning veterans and service members of the current Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns and their families. Services are available in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

Volunteers of Americahttps://www.voaspokane.org/veterans-housing
A Volunteers of America case manager will provide supportive services, helping each veteran assess their needs, stabilize their life and set goals within basic need areas such as: Access to Education, Assistance with Legal Issues, Clothing & Personal Hygiene, Employment Readiness & Job Placement, Financial & Healthcare Benefit Programs, Life Skills (cooking, housekeeping, laundry services, budgeting, etc.), Mental Health Care, Nutritional & Dietary Needs, Physical Health & Access to Health Care, Spiritual & Family Connections, Substance Abuse Treatment, Transportation, Vocational or Skills-Building.

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